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The Panjab North-West Frontier Province and Kashmir

1916

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Summary

To the west of the Indus they include those spurs of the Hindu Kush which run into Chitral and Dir the Buner and Swat hills the Safed Koh the Waziristan hills the Suliman range and the low hills in the trans-Indus districts of the North West Frontier Province. [...] At the south of the Kurram valley the frontier sweeps round to the west leaving in the British sphere the valley of the Tochi. [...] In the part of it situated to the north of the north-west corner of Nipal lies the Manasarowar lake in the neighbourhood of which three great Indian rivers the Tsanpo or Brahmapntra the Sutlej and the Indus take their rise. [...] The Kurnaon section lies mainly in the United Provinces but it includes the sources of the Jamna and contains the chain in the Panjab which is at once the southern watershed of the Sutlej and the great divide between the two river systems of Northern India the Gangetic draining into the Bay of Bengal and the Indus carrying the enormous discharge of the north-west Himalaya the Murtagh-Karakora [...] The chief from north to south are the Vehoa the Sangarh the Khair the Kaha the Chachar and the Sint called from the torrents which flow through them to the plains.

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Frontmatter i-xiv unknown

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Chapter I Areas and Boundaries 1-7 unknown

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Chapter II Mountains Hills and Plains 8-31 unknown

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Chapter III Rivers 32-49 unknown

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Chapter IV Geology and Mineral Resources 50-63 unknown

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Chapter V Climate 64-70 unknown

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Chapter VI Herbs Shrubs and Trees 71-85 unknown

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Chapter VII Forests 86-89 unknown

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Chapter VIII Beasts Birds Fishes and Insects 90-95 unknown

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Chapter IX The People: Numbers Races and Languages 96-113 unknown

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Chapter X The People (Continued): Religions 114-121 unknown

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Chapter XI The People (Continued): Education 122-126 unknown

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Chapter XII Roads and Railways 127-131 unknown

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Chapter XIII Canals 132-141 unknown

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Chapter XIV Agriculture and Crops 142-151 unknown

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Chapter XV Handicrafts and Manufactures 152-158 unknown

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Chapter XVI Exports and Imports 159-159 unknown

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Chapter XVII History—Pre-Muhammadan Period 500 B.C.1000 A.D. 160-167 unknown

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Chapter XVIII History (Continued). The Muhammadan Period 1000-1764 A.D. 168-180 unknown

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Chapter XIX History (Continued). The Sikh Period 1764-1849 A.D. 181-187 unknown

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Chapter XX History (Continued). The British Period 1849-1913 188-199 unknown

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Chapter XXI Archaeology and Coins 200-211 unknown

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Chapter XXII Administration-General 212-216 unknown

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Chapter XXIII Administration-Local 217-218 unknown

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Chapter XXIV Revenue and Expenditure 219-223 unknown

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Chapter XXV Panjáb Districts and Delhi 224-270 unknown

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Chapter XXVI The Panjáb Native States 271-290 unknown

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Chapter XXVII The North West Frontier Province 291-313 unknown

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Chapter XXVIII Kashmir and Jammu 314-324 unknown

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Chapter XXIX Cities 325-346 unknown

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Chapter XXX Other Places of Note 347-366 unknown

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Index 367-373 unknown

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Backmatter i-ii unknown

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Pages
389
SARF Document ID
sarf.147218

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